Kameo: Elements of Power (Xbox 360) Reviews
Product Type: Microsoft Xbox 360 games
Description:Genre: Adventure, Rating: T - (Teen), 1 player, Manufacturer: Microsoft
Newest Review: ... who has the ability to transform into a variety of creatures that each have different strengths and weaknesses. The player ... more
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Kameo: Elements of Power - Classics Edition (Xbox 360)
Role playing game on XBOX 360
Last Update 03.12.2013 13:31
Kameo: Elements of Power (Xbox 360)
Kameo is a magical, epic adventure full of magnificent exploratio ...
Last Update 03.12.2013 13:31
Customer Kameo: Elements of Power (Xbox 360) Reviews (8)
by - written on 01/11/07, updated on 02/11/07 (Very useful, 151 readings)
Perhaps the definitive developer on the N64 is Rare. They had a string of hits on the N64 like Conker, Perfect Dark, Banjo and Donkey Kong 64. They didn't quite make an impact on the original Xbox though. There was the apparently lacklustre Grabbed by the Ghoulies and Conker: Live and reloaded which was a remake of the original. No Conker sequel, no Banjo sequel, no Goldeneye sequel-no nothing! But since I jumped to the 360, things seem to be a bit more promising. There was the great sequel/prequel to Perfect Dark and Viva Piņata was decent (though not my thing). Another game from Rare is Kameo: Elements of Power. If this is any indication, Rare will rule on the 360. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/08 (Somewhat useful, 13 readings)
Kameo elements of power is a game in which you go around looking for lost elemental ansestors. Once you find this ansestors you can take control of them and use their individual abilities to your adavntage. This game has some very intersting features. For example you can find or buy skins for your monsters to give them individual looks. The plot of the game revolves around stopping king thorn who is a giant troll thing that wants to rule your kingdom. The enemies in the game range from tiny little bug creatures that can easily be defeated to giant trolls that need different combos and monsters to defeat. The monsters are interchangable at the touch of a button which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/11/07 (Somewhat useful, 21 readings)
There was a lot resting on this tile, a launchpad that was to showcase the xbox 360's power to the universe. The developer, Rare, possibly knew this and thus why they created one of the much-loved xbox 360 titlesof the present day. The story isn't very original but still manges to keep the gamer entwined with it's ever so subtle plot twists until the very end. The gamep,ay is exellent with gamers having the power to morph between Kameo, the main character and different monsters called elements. These all have different powers, for example, the round rock like creature is good for rolling up hills but not picking up enemies. The gamer is forced to swap between charcters .. Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/09 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Sometimes you hear about the concept of a game, and it sounds so cool and fun that you just can't imagine how it could possibly turn out to be anything but brilliant. Unfortunately, when these games are released, bar a few major exceptions, the result is quite often a serious load of disappointment. Kameo sounds great on paper - an action adventure game in which you play a character who can shapeshift into a number of different forms. Cue images of an awe-inspiring, action packed fantasy adventure, full of open ended opportunities to resolve situations using your various forms, with head-scratching puzzles involving clever uses of transformations to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/08 (Very useful, 8 readings)
Kameo holds a very interesting universe for it's players with a very twisted puzzle world which offers a lot to the player. It's only downfalls is that the puzzles are often rather vague and difficult to grasp. Many people would consider this a great thing! Due to the nature of the diverse creatures you can transform into, and the fact that each has a unique element to them that helps you along the level, the puzzles can be twisted in ways you'd not see anywhere else. With that said, the fact you'd never find them anywhere else will have you scratching your head for maybe hours. The creatures are cute, the enemies are also pretty adorable, the enemy ... Read the complete review
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